New Jersey lawmakers Monday evening announced a bipartisan fiscal 2011 budget deal similar to the spending plan that Gov. Chris Christie filed in March.

The Democratic-controlled Legislature and the Republican governor agreed to find $74 million of budget savings to restore certain programs that involve senior citizens, people with disabilities, cultural institutions, students, and a psychiatric hospital.

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